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Homemade Tick Repellent

by Mel Frank
Ticks can be harmful creatures, as they inhabit our homes and lawns, feed off blood and can in some cases cause disease or other infection. While there are several retail products that repel ticks, these items can be expensive, and many times are priced too high for our budgets. Instead, consider ma...
Jo-Ann Whitcomb
Jo-Ann Whitcomb • 2 years ago

Natural Tick deterrent for human use: 1 part tea tree oil to 2 parts water in a spray bottle and spray it on - particularly shoes, socks, or cuffs of pants. Will be buying tea tree oil the next time I go to town!! LINK IS BROKEN.

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natural tick deterrent for humans. 1 part Tea Tree Oil + 2 parts water in a spray bottle. Spray it on shoes, socks, pant cuffs- etc etc.

A natural tick deterrent for human use, to try this year: 1 part tea tree oil to 2 parts water in a spray bottle

2 ounces of Tea Tree Oil 4 ounces of water Combine both in a spray bottle and shake well before use. Make sure to spray it on your shoes, socks, cuffs of your pants, and any other place you feel will come into contact where ticks lay and wait to jump on

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